Luxury brand Bang & Olufsen has introduced a slightly smaller version of the revolutionary Beovision Harmony, an innovative modular TV that bends into sculptural form when not in use…
If a 77-inch Harmony TV was too big for your living room, a 65-inch option could easily be all you ever wanted. With a smaller screen than the original, the new Beovision Harmony 65 has the same features, with a DSP based sound center, with two handcrafted oak and aluminum wings housing the sound instruments, specially tuned to deliver an impressive stereo experience.
When the TV is not in use or just broadcasting music, the thin screen closes and is partially covered by two wing speakers. Turning on the TV is a treat in itself, as the two wings expand and the screen rises to the right height for viewing.
Beovision Harmony 65 offers integrated music streaming services, such as Deezer and Tune-In, but you can also play music from your smartphone, via Apple Airplay 2, Bluetooth or Chromecast. TV also comes with LG’s latest webOs platform, which gives you access to Netflix, Amazon, Youtube and other media service providers.
Moreover, the new TV works in conjunction with other numerous Bang & Olufsen speakers.
If you want an impressive first-class surround sound experience, Beovision Harmony comes with a built-in 7.1 surround sound decoder, meaning you can pair it with eight Beolab speakers, such as the Beolab 18, Beolab 50 and Beolab 90. You can control all connected devices via Beoremote One, a futuristic remote control made from one piece of aluminum.
If you want to own one of the amazing Beovision Harmony 65 TV systems, you need to know that they cost around $15,000 and can already be purchased. Just like their older and bigger brothers, they are available with different finishing details.